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Senegal to share vaccines with neighboring countries

In a statement, Macky Sall the Senegalese president said the country is offering Gambia and Guinea-Bissau 10,000 vaccines each “as a form of African solidarity”

Senegal recently purchased its first 200,000 doses from Sinopharm and national rollout began on Tuesday.

In Gambia, more than 4,500 people are known to have contracted coronavirus since the outbreak began.

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In Guinea-Bissau this number is just over 3,000.

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